Enrollment at Bright Horizons®

Thank you for choosing Bright Horizons’ early education and preschool programs. Whether you are a new or returning family... Read More we are thrilled to welcome you and excited to have this opportunity to provide your child with the highest quality education and care. As a part of the enrollment process, Bright Horizons is required to obtain additional information about your family. Many of the forms are available on this website and will need to either be completed and brought to your child’s intake meeting or updated before pre-registration.


To Download or Save Forms:

All forms are available for download using Adobe Acrobat software. Adobe Reader 8 or higher will also allow you to complete the forms online and save a completed copy for your files. To get started, select the state in which your child will be receiving care. Your center director can answer any questions you may have as well as provide any additional forms that may need to be completed.

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The Bright Horizons Family Guide


Enrollment forms for Pennsylvania

Standard
1. Child Health Report

State required form to be complete by parent and child’s physician. Immunizations to be included (may be attached). Physician must sign report.

2. Child Information Form

Specific family information and identifying information about the child.

3. Civil Rights Compliance

Review of your civil rights as a client of the facility and where to file a complaint of discrimination.

4. Emergency Contact/Parental Consent Form

State required form to be completed by parent. Includes parents’/guardians’ information, emergency contact and child release information and medical information for child.

5. Enrollment Agreement

State required form to be completed and signed by parent.

6. Food Preference Form-Cultural, Religious, Vegan, Vegetarian Reasons

This form is required for any child who should not be served particular foods due to cultural/religious/vegan or vegetarian reasons, but excluding medical causes (i.e. allergies) or personal preferences (i.e. dislike of certain foods).

7. Informed Consent Form

To be reviewed and completed by parent. Includes authorization and consent for emergency situations, persons the child may be released to; walk permission, photography and video permission, and acknowledgement of the Bright Horizons Family Guide or client equivalent.

8. Managing Aggressive and Unsafe Behavior Policy

As required by the PA Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) the center must provide all parents with details regarding the policy for Managing Aggressive and Unsafe Behavior. Once this information has been reviewed, please sign the document and return to the center to be placed in your child’s file.

9. Medication Authorization Form

To be completed by parent/guardian and child’s medical provider (when necessary), authorizing the administration of medication to child while at the center.

10. Parent/Guardian Phone/E-mail Authorization Form-Optional

Authorization for information to be shared with other families.

11. Sunscreen and Insect Repellant Permission Slip Form

To be signed by family; valid for one year dependent upon state licensing regulations.

12. Topical Ointment Administration

Form to be completed if you would like any non-prescription topical ointment, lip balm, lotion, or (diaper) cream to be applied to your child.

Infant Addendum
13. Enrollment Supplement Form

Families will complete this form to indicate if their infant will consume breast milk or formula while in the center /school. Selection of a formula not approved by CACFP will require a physician’s signature.

14. Infant Water and Food Consent

Families will complete this form to indicate the type of water used to prepare their infant's formula, as well as indicate to center staff the types of solid foods that have been offered and further consent for infant meals.

15. Infant Personal Care Plan/Developmental History

To be completed by family at time of enrollment or when child transitions to the next age group. Provides detailed information to help provide the best care possible to your child.

Toddler/Two's Addendum
16. Toddler/Two’s Personal Care Plan/Developmental History

To be completed by family at time of enrollment or when child transitions to the next age group. Provides detailed information to help provide the best care possible to your child.

Preschool/Kindergarten Addendum
17. Preschool/Kindergarten/School-Age Developmental History

Specific information about preschool, kindergarten, or school-age children for parent/guardian to complete upon enrollment to help staff become more familiar with each child.

Health Care
18. Allergy Health Care Plan

To be completed by the child’s medical provider for a child with medically diagnosed allergies, detailing the child's allergies, symptoms, and treatments necessary in case of a reaction. Any medication(s) prescribed must be provided to the center.

19. Asthma Health Care Plan

To be completed by the child’s medical provider for a child diagnosed with asthma, detailing the child's triggers, symptoms, and treatment necessary. Any medication(s) prescribed must be provided to the center.

20. Suspected Allergy/Food Intolerance Form

Supplemental Information
21. CACFP Building for the Future

CACFP pamphlet explaining how program supports the center and children's nutritional needs.

22. CACFP Child Enrollment Form

Federal CACFP Regulation requires all parents and guardians enrolled in a CACFP participating program to complete a CACFP Annual Enrollment Form when enrolling their child(ren) and again every year thereafter. This information will help ensure all children receive appropriate meals during their care.

23. CACFP Income Eligibility Form

Please follow the instructions included with the Eligibility Form. This information will be maintained in a confidential manner.

24. CACFP Medical Plan of Care/Special Dietary Needs Form

This form is to be completed by a child's physician in the event that a child's food consumption does not follow the CACFP standard meal pattern, e.g. offering soy milk, milk allergy.

25. Food From Home

Healthy and nut safe lunch ideas.